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The Insomniac"s Dictionary

Paul Hellweg

The Insomniac"s Dictionary

The Last Word on the Odd Word

by Paul Hellweg

  • 300 Want to read
  • 13 Currently reading

Published by Facts on File .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lexicography,
  • New words,
  • English Lexicography,
  • Reference,
  • English,
  • Language,
  • Alphabet,
  • General,
  • English language,
  • Humor,
  • Vocabulary

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages159
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8050530M
    ISBN 100816013640
    ISBN 109780816013647
    OCLC/WorldCa13496729

    For the insomniacs among us who occupy our minds - and our nights - with running through the alphabet trying to rhyme with words like orange and purple, here is a book to add to the reference shelf. Words to Rhyme With is not just a dictionary of rhymes, but a primer for poets and an anthology of light verse from noted poet, Willard R. Espy. insomniacs definition: Noun 1. plural form of insomniac.

    • Some insomniacs sleep best with two twin mattresses placed atop a king-size frame. • I was a terrible insomniac when I was a teenager, but never on account of cockroaches. • The insomniac Proust wilfully obliged others to accommodate themselves to the bizarre hours he kept. insomniac: 1 n someone who cannot sleep Synonyms: sleepless person Type of: diseased person, sick person, sufferer a person suffering from an illness adj experiencing or accompanied by sleeplessness “ insomniac old people” “ insomniac nights” Synonyms: sleepless, watchful awake not in a state of sleep; completely conscious.

    Learn the translation for ‘insomniac’ in LEO’s English ⇔ German dictionary. With noun/verb tables for the different cases and tenses links to audio pronunciation and relevant forum discussions free vocabulary trainer. Insomniac's debut was an underground event at a warehouse in LA. Within a couple years, they had founded Nocturnal Wonderland and Electric Daisy Carnival.


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Insomniac definition: An insomniac is a person who finds it difficult to sleep. | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. Insomniac definition, a person who suffers from insomnia, the inability, especially when chronic, to obtain sufficient sleep, through difficulty in falling or staying asleep: Her husband, an insomniac, had at last fallen asleep at the computer, head resting on the keyboard.

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‘A new survey says insomniacs suffer from an abundance of happiness or creativity, but sleep deprivation isn't usually a reason to be cheerful.’ ‘Only a minority of insomniacs ever mentions sleep loss to a doctor, though, and then it's only in the context of other problems more likely to get addressed.’.

The Insomniacs. likes. We're book addicts - with an insatiable reading appetite. We'll read/review almost any genre. Our goal is simply to help authorsFollowers:   Insomniacs spend $ billion annually on sleep medications. Sleep Seekers: The Insomniacs Reference Guide was written to reveal alternatives to prescription and over-the-counter drugs, medications known not to be very effective for chronic Author: William Dorich.

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Learn more.Meet The Insomniacs. Hi! We are The Insomniacs. We live in another dimension, and it’s a pretty magical one. It’s not even far—it’s a place that lives within you (and you, and you, and you). It’s the kind of place where the weather forecast is glitter and rainbows, a never-ending beat pulses in the streets, hugs are everyone’s thing.